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Enterprise Excellence – Lean in Ireland – Regional Events 2017

IDA Ireland and Enterprise Ireland are hosting a range of events during 2017 for our small to medium sized client companies. The events will be regionally based and will focus on the financial supports our Agencies have to assist you in creating an efficient operation and become more competitive. The speakers from both indigenous and multinational companies will share with you how they are building a strong supply chain to win new contracts and how their lean journey has led to real success.

 

Wednesday 1st March 2017 – Maldron Hotel, Oranmore, Galway

TIME AGENDA SPEAKER
9.00am Registration and Networking and Providers’ Exhibition

 

Wednesday 1st March

Maldron Hotel, Oranmore, Galway

9.30am Welcome and Introduction. Lean – What it means for both indigenous and multinational companies. Impact of Lean on creating a culture of Enterprise Excellence in Ireland and the impact of that brand internationally. Supports available from State Agencies . Breda O’Toole, IDA Ireland

Barry Egan, Enterprise Ireland

10.15am Indigenous Regional Based Case Study To Be Confirmed
11.00am Aptar’s Lean journey & significant improvements achieved at its operation in Ballinasloe, Co. Galway. David McPhillips, Logistics Manager, Aptar Group (www.aptar.com)
11.45am Winning new business and developing the supply chain – building enterprise capability; going from good to great; raising ambition; demonstrating the impact of Lean; and continuous Improvement on business growth. Noel Hennessy, C.I. Director, Lake Region Medical

(www.lakeregioninc.com)

 

12.30pm Light Lunch & Networking Remember your business cards!

 

Thursday 30th March 2017 – Radisson Hotel, Northgate Street, Athlone

TIME AGENDA SPEAKER
9.00am Registration and Networking and Providers’ Exhibition

 

Thursday 30th March

Radisson Hotel, Northgate Street, Athlone

9.30am Welcome and Introduction. Lean – What it means for both indigenous and multinational companies. Impact of Lean on creating a culture of Enterprise Excellence in Ireland and the impact of that brand internationally. Supports available from State Agencies . Breda O’Toole, IDA Ireland

Richard Keegan, Enterprise Ireland

10.15am Dromone Engineering’s Lean journey. William Egenton, Managing Director, Dromone Engineering (www.dromone.com)
11.00am KCI Manufacturing’s Lean journey & significant improvements achieved at its operation in Athlone, Co. Westmeath. T.P.Fanning, Senior Process Excellence Engineer, KCI Manufacturing/Acelity

(www.kci-medical.ie)

11.45am Winning new business and developing the supply chain – building enterprise capability; going from good to great; raising ambition; demonstrating the impact of Lean; and continuous Improvement on business growth. To Be Confirmed
12.30pm Light Lunch & Networking Remember your business cards!

 

Tuesday 25th April 2017 – Radisson Hotel, Ditchley House, Little Island, Cork

TIME AGENDA SPEAKER
9.00am Registration and Networking and Providers’ Exhibition

 

Tuesday 25th April

Radisson Hotel, Ditchley House, Little Island, Cork

9.30am Welcome and Introduction. Lean – What it means for both indigenous and multinational companies. Impact of Lean on creating a culture of Enterprise Excellence in Ireland and the impact of that brand internationally. Supports available from State Agencies . Breda O’Toole, IDA Ireland

Richard Keegan, Enterprise Ireland

10.15am Indigenous Regional Based Case Study To Be Confirmed
11.00am Cara Partners’ Lean journey & significant improvements achieved at its operation in Little Island, Cork. Michelle Holland, Enterprise Excellence Manager, Cara Partners (www.carapartners.ie)
11.45am Winning new business and developing the supply chain – building enterprise capability; going from good to great; raising ambition; demonstrating the impact of Lean; and continuous Improvement on business growth. Shane Maher, Director Production Planning & Logistics, Joints Reconstruction & CMW, DePuy Synthes Companies

(www.depuysynthes.com)

12.30pm Light Lunch & Networking Remember your business cards!

Booking procedure – Please register on-line by clicking link below: (Registration is free of charge)

Galway: Wednesday 01st March 2017
click here to register for the Galway event

Athlone: Thursday 30th March 2017
click here to register for the Athlone event

Cork: Tuesday 25th April 2017
click here to register for the Cork event

Case Studies

Eileen O’Leary, Working to Reduce Commercial Food Waste in Ireland presentation, Turn Food Waste into Profit Seminar 2017

Eileen O’Leary, presents on behalf of the Clean Technology Centre, at the Turn Food Waste into Profit Seminar, The Bush Hotel, Carrick on Shannon, Co. Leitrim

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Annette Keenan, Turn Food Waste into Profit Seminar 2017

Annette Keenan, presents on behalf of Keenan’s of Tarmonbarry, at the Turn Food Waste into Profit Seminar, The Bush Hotel, Carrick on Shannon, Co. Leitrim

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